Apple Inc. triumphed in GPNE Corp.'s $94 million patent trial Wednesday when a California federal jury unanimously found that the tech titan's iPhones and iPads didn't infringe two data-communications patents, though Apple failed to convince jurors that those patents are invalid.
Fifth Street Asset Management Inc. called off its plans Wednesday to raise nearly $240 million in an initial public offering, citing bumpy market conditions and continued volatility for new issuers.
BGC Partners Inc. said Wednesday it has launched a $675 million hostile takeover bid on for rival brokerage and trade services provider GFI Group Inc. after talks between the companies failed to result in a deal.
Mylan Inc. and Abbott Laboratories said Wednesday that new limitations imposed by the Obama administration on tax-motivated M&A wouldn't derail their planned $5.3 billion inversion deal, though they did modify the terms of the transaction.
Three former Blackwater Worldwide security guards were convicted Wednesday of manslaughter, attempted manslaughter and weapons charges while a fourth colleague was found guilty of first-degree murder stemming from their involvement in a September 2007 shooting that left 14 dead in a Baghdad traffic circle.
The Second Circuit on Wednesday upheld the conviction and one-year sentence of former Mayer Brown LLP partner Joseph Collins, who was charged with aiding client Refco Inc.’s $1 billion accounting fraud.